Girls soccer highlight week ahead in area twelfth grade sports
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With postseason track record wrapped up and conference titles already determined, The focus this
week will be on conference events and a couple of last minute chances to improve on CIAC tournament
State tournament pairings in soccer and volleyball will launch on Friday.
The youngsters city series soccer matchups will be held on separate nights this week, Due to a
scheduling change caused by the EEE mosquito scare last month. Start and girls will square off at
the Bristol Central turf field on Tuesday night at 6 pm.
All four local teams have qualified for the postseason and the summer season finales will have a
bearing on seeding as well as bragging rights.
Bristol Eastern's boys will be looking to finish an unbeaten season and maintain your No. 1 seed in
the Class L field when pairings are announced later this week. The Lancers have formerly wrapped up
the CCC South Patriot Division crown, But need a win to stay on top in the state tournament
situation seeding. The Lancers had various late scoring chances when the two teams met last month,
But had to be happy with a 1 1 tie and are eager to change that result Monday.
Bristol Central wrapped up a home game in the first round of the state event with its win over Lewis
Mills last Friday. The Rams are currently ranked 12th in Class L and will be seeded anywhere from 10
to 16 pc outcome of Monday's game and others being played this week. Central needs a win to
maintain second place in the Patriot Division.
On the girls side, It is a more high stakes matchup components tournament seedings. The Rams and the
Lancers come into Tuesday night's game with identical records of 8 5 2. The winner will earn a
primary round home match, very likely as the 16th seed. The loser will drop to 17 or 18 and have to
travel for the first round pairing. Both teams be put into a position that will pit them against a
top seed in the second round if they advance in the opener.
Central won the first meeting on a late goal and Eastern is going to out avenge that loss on
The CCC volley ball tournament gets underway tonight and the Lancers and the Rams will both open at
east is the No. Central is seeded sixth in the competition and is home against Enfield on Monday.
Second round matches are Tuesday at improved seed. Semifinals are at Avon college on Thursday and
the finals are Saturday at Avon. Both local teams don't be surprised to make deep runs in the
The Lancers completed a perfect 19 0 season with a win over Lyman Memorial last Friday and surely be
No. 1 seed and pre tournament favorite when the Class L pairings are announced. The Rams are seeded
10th and will open at home wednesday.
street. Paul's volley ball team will open play in the NVL tournament Monday night at Seymour. The
Falcons are currently the 12th seed in the Class S field and
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saint. Paul boys soccer was knocked out of the NVL tournament in a 3 0 loss to Watertown on
Saturday. The Falcons will wait for the state tournament pairings where they are currently ranked
14th in Class S and have a much a home match when the tourney opens next week.
all St. Paul girls made it into the class S field with a win in their season finale last week. The
Falcons lost their NVL tourney opener to Holy Cross on Saturday and will wait for their postseason
theme this week. saint. Paul is the last seed in the Class S field, But it is possible to teams with
a chance to qualify this week.
Terryville's girls soccer team will also be in the Class S field. The Kangaroos are 6 6 1 and at
present seeded 20th, But have a chance to move up and perhaps earn a home game if they can win all
three of their games this week. Terryville is home to Shepaug on Monday and wraps up the growing
season at Thomaston on Tuesday and at Nonnewaug Wednesday.
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Two local runners will compete in the New England x-country championships at Wickham Park in
Manchester on Saturday: Terryville's Chris DeForest finished ninth and Bristol Central's Nate
DeAngelko was 15th in last week's State Open meet to entitled to the New England event.
Local swimmers will tune up for the upcoming state meets by competing in conference champion meets
this week. street. Paul will compete in the NVL trials Monday at Kennedy senior high school. The
diving competitors are Wednesday at Watertown and swim finals on Friday at Kennedy. Central and
Eastern will be at the CCC South tournament meet at Platt High School on Friday.
The Terryville boys team will not play in the postseason, But would want to close out the year on a
positive note. The Kangaroos visit Shepaug on Monday and wrap up the year at home against Thomaston
on Tuesday and Nonnewaug on friday.